New Training: Network Services
In this 7-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker teaches you about the functions of various network services, including Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Network Time Protocol (NTP), and Internet Protocol address management (IPAM). Watch this new networking training.
Watch the full course: CompTIA Network+
This training includes:
30 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
Network Services: DHCP Overview
Network Services: Verify DHCP with Wireshark
Network Services: DNS Overview
Network Services: DNS Methods, Records, and Design Options
Network Services: DNS Testing and Validation
Network Services: Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Network Services: IP Address Management (IPAM)
What is Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM)?
Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) is a method for achieving end-to-end planning, deploying, managing and monitoring of an IP address infrastructure. From a single viewpoint, IPAM lets you see data from both the IP address infrastructure servers and Domain Name System (DNS) servers that reside on your network, and it lets you manage it.
With IPAM, you can make certain that your repository of assignable IP addresses remains up-to-date. It can also help simplify and automate the administration of several tasks related to IP space management, including writing DNS records and configuring DHCP settings. IPAM can further help your organization turn raw data into a valuable asset, as it allows you to collect data related to devices, networks and services and present it in a format that you can analyze and act upon.
There are two ways that you can implement IPAM: either through the manual accumulation of data (usually in a spreadsheet) or through a software-based solution.